Goodbye to Snowmageddon

It’s finally time to say goodbye – and some may say good riddance – to February and Snowmageddon.  But before I do, I thought I’d share a few more pictures from our epic snowy February here in the Great Northwest!

Yes, it was inconvenient at times but we were richly compensated by seeing our landscape blanketed in beauty.

Now it’s time to welcome spring!  🙂

~ Susanne

20 Comments on “Goodbye to Snowmageddon

  1. Absolutely magnificent photos! I feel so peaceful just looking at them.

    We sadly haven’t gotten any snow here in my part of the world yet this year but March could be interesting for us, as it often is. Many thanks to you for sharing your snow with us! 🙂

    Wishing you all the best….

    • Thank you so much for your comment. 🙂 This was the snowiest February on record here and I have to admit I enjoyed all of it! 🙂

      • I bet so. Most people think I’m very odd but I must admit that I love winter weather. I’d rather cozy up in a warm blanket than sweat in the heat any day 😉

      • We usually get so little snow here so I always enjoy it while I can! Our other seasons are pleasant and mild, you just have to put up with the rain. 😊

      • Sounds absolutely amazing. Sometimes we don’t realize just how truly blessed we are 🙂

  2. Snow always looks lovely in photos. Preferably in someone else’s photos! 🙂
    I wlll always be happy to say good riddance to snow, anytime.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Well it is finally going to hit New England. We are expecting two snow storms in the next three days. Up until now we have had almost no snow. I am glad someone will get spring!

    • Thank you. 🙂 Benji loved playing in the snow, especially the first few days and was so fun to watch! Tiger just tolerated it and mostly stayed inside.

      • I can’t imagine Foster in the snow! Of course, since I’m in Fresno, I can barely imagine snow anyway! The last time it snowed here was in 1998. ☃️

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